Metrolink's Corporate Partner Program [CPP]
Metrolink Mobile App Integration
Metrolink's Corporate Partner Program (CPP) is a pre-tax benefit program that allows companies and organizations the ability to offer transit benefits to their employees using a maximum of $265/month per employee. For new accounts that signup there is an additional 25% discount on tickets being offered for the first 6 months. This is on top of any other discount being offered, i.e. Antelope Valley/San Bernardino Line discounts.
- Metrolink Mobile App Integration [paperless tickets]
- Free trial-ride promo codes to internally promote the use of Metrolink
- The program is administered online in real time, making it easy and convenient
- Ability to offer Monthly Passes, 7-Day Passes, and Round-Trip Tickets
- Designated Corporate Accounts team member
Reasons to Ride Metrolink and Participate in CPP
The following are just some of the benefits that Metrolink can bring to your company:
- Save on payroll taxes when commuter tax benefit is utilized
- Improve recruitment opportunities
- Reduce Parking Costs
- Achieve Air Quality Regulatory Compliance (AQMD Rule 2202)
- Receive up to $265/month in tax-free commuting benefits (when offered by your employer)
- Significant savings on transit cost per year (Depending on tax bracket)
- Reduce Car Expenses
- Free Connecting Transit
- Access to the Rail 2 Rail® Program
- San Bernardino Line customers will receive a 25% discount on One-Way, Round-Trip, 7-Day, and Monthly Passes. Students, Seniors, and Active Military save even more with discounts up to 50%.*
- Antelope Valley Line customers will receive a 25% discount on One-Way, Round-Trip, 7-Day, and Monthly Passes. Students, Seniors, and Active Military save even more with discounts up to 50%.**
*This discount is funded by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority.
**This discount is funded by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and is now part of Metrolink's regular fare structure.
It's easy as 1, 2, 3!
Who pays for a commuter benefits program:
1. Pre-tax – At the employee’s request, the employer withholds part of the employee’s paycheck to let them pay transportation costs with pre-tax dollars. This is called a “compensation reduction plan.”
2. Subsidy – The employer provides funds directly to employees in addition to salary. Employees don’t count the designated transportation subsidy as taxable income—it’s going straight to transit costs—so employers still don’t pay payroll taxes on it.
3. Pre-tax/Subsidy Combination – The employer contributes some of the cost, and the rest is paid with the employee’s pre-tax withholding.
Metrolink Mobile App Integration:
An employer [Full Screen Video]:
- Employer logs into the CPP Mobile web portal
- A new transaction [new rider] is added
- The purchase is confirmed and an electronic ticket is instantly sent to the employee's Mobile App Ticket Wallet
An employee [Full Screen Video]:
- Employee downloads Metrolink App (free) [Apple or Android]
- Employee registers with a valid email
- Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) programs employee's ticket on Metrolink's web portal
- An electronic ticket is instantly sent to the employee's Mobile App Ticket Wallet
How Employees Redeem Their Tickets (Corporate Quick Cards - CQC):
For more information contact Ricardo Davila III, Corporate Accounts & Sales Specialist: email@example.com